Plant-associated bacterial populations on native and invasive plant species: comparisons between 2 freshwater environments
Abstract:Plant–microbial interactions have been well studied because of the ecological importance of such relationships in aquatic systems. However, general knowledge regarding the composition of these biofilm communities is still evolving, partly as a result of several confounding factors that are attributable to plant host properties and to hydrodynamic conditions in aquatic environments. In this study, the occurrences of various bacterial phylogenetic taxa on 2 native plants, i.e., mayapple (
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 22, 2012
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